Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
14 Jun - 15 Sep: 10am
Doors open at either 10am or 10.30am and close at either 5.30pm or 6pm, depending on the season.
Good news! you can get picked up from your hotel, just give us the details at the time of booking. Don't worry if you haven't booked your hotel yet, you pass them onto the operator.
Same as starting point
The wet and wild world of Acua Water Park in Fuerteventura is packed with attractions of all heights, widths and shapes, from white-knuckle rides to gentle slides. This is a park where you can go from a thrilling adrenalin rush to the peaceful quiet of the lush landscaped gardens in a matter of moments.
At one of the most exciting water parks in the Canary Islands, you’ll be able to try exhilarating rides such as the Black Hole, the Zig-Zags, the Splash Race and Mini-Kamikaze, and other more relaxing attractions, including the Lazy River and Big Jacuzzi. There are eight water slides, including the Kamikaze for the more daring.
There’s also a sensational wave pool and children’s slides and castle as well as mini-golf to keep the little (and big) ones entertained while you lie down in the sun and relax.
To make it the perfect day out, you can enjoy a family meal in the picnic area… if you can get the rest of the family out of the water. There are a number of food and drinks areas to seek refreshments and snacks. Baku puts security first and offers you peace of mind with the medical services and lifeguards that are available during your time in the park
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator's contact details. They're a nice bunch, and will happily any logistical questions you may have. Please give them a call at least 24 hours before your organised activity to confirm.
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